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Horsley Establishes Scholarships For Samford Business Students

Posted by William Nunnelley on 2007-07-31

Samford University trustee Richard D. Horsley of Birmingham has provided a scholarship fund to assist students in the Samford School of Business.

Known as the Richard D. Horsley Beta Gamma Sigma Scholarship, the fund will provide scholarships to two business students who are members of Beta Gamma Sigma each year. Recipients will be chosen on the basis of academic achievement and demonstrated leadership.

Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor society serving business programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. Membership in the society is the highest recognition a business student can receive in accredited business schools.

The scholarship is included on the Samford University Scholarship Society Wall of Honor in Ralph W. Beeson University Center, which requires funding of at least $100,000.

Horsley also provided funding for the recently-dedicated monument of the Beta Gamma Sigma key located in the lobby of Dwight M. Beeson School of Business Building.

Horsley attended undergraduate school at Samford before completing his degree at the University of Alabama. He served for many years as an executive with Regions Financial Corporation and was vice chairman of the board and chief operating officer before his recent retirement.

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